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‘Sengoku Collection’ Anime Begins Funimation Distribution

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Sengoku Collection
Sengoku Collection

Lucky Penny Entertainment brought their series Sengoku Collection to the Funimation streaming service with the entire run of the show now available. The series is limited to US and Canadian audiences where the distributor holds the license and it’s in its original Japanese language only with English subtitles. The show is a pretty fun one with an interesting take on well known historical characters, which was released on DVD on August 5th, 2014. The series, which has all twenty-six episodes coming out in this one set, is priced at $49.99 and will be a DVD-only and subtitled-only release. You can read our review of it here and check out the show yourself below.

Plot concept: In a parallel world, Oda Nobunaga is a feisty girl locked in a massive struggle to dominate the land, but all that changes when a mysterious light sucks friend and foe alike into our world. Stranded in a strange land full of technological gadgetry, Nobunaga and the others are forced to adapt to survive, and some are finding it easier than others. Tokugawa Ieyasu is now… a cute pop idol? Uesugi Kenshin is… a voluptuous model?! Unlike the rest of her counterparts, Nobunaga is determined to escape from our world, so she sets out to collect the “Secret Treasures” – her only key to returning home.

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